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The Inflation Monster Is Eating Everything! Is There Anywhere to Hide?
This week, the US consumer inflation rate hit 7.5%. If this inflation rate persists, US interest rates could rise and US stocks could fall for several years. Chris and Robert discuss how some investors are positioning to protect themselves from a price collapse.
China: Generational Buying Opportunity, or Unacceptable Risk?
Chris and Robert look at valuations and regulatory risks for beaten-down China stocks, including the mysterious disappearance of Chinese billionaire Jack Ma and the imminent threat of delisting from US stock exchanges.
Disclaimer: Wall Street Petting Zoo is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as financial advice.
Cryptocrash: The Present and Future of Cryptocurrency with Carl Youngblood
We dig into the reasons behind last week's cryptocurrency selloff and nerd out on cryptocurrency, blockchain, and decentralized finance with special guest Carl Youngblood. Learn why Ethereum is Carl's coin of choice and he remains optimistic about the space.
The fall of Archegos Capital: The story behind one of the biggest trading losses in history
Chris and Robert dig into how Bill Hwang's investment fund Archegos Capital blew up a 10 billion-dollar private fortune in under ten days and shaved off a third of the market cap of Switzerland's second biggest bank.
What's next for Wall Street Petting Zoo?
Chris and Robert recorded an unscripted conversation about what's next for the podcast, including going to a monthly rather than weekly format. Hit us up on social media and let us know what you want!
Bond yields cause market sell off despite 3rd vaccine (This Week at the Zoo, 2/28/2021)
Robert discusses how rising Treasury bond yields affected the market this week and how a third vaccine and a new COVID relief bill could turn things around.
Love from NY
Love from NY
A labor of love
I create this podcast with my co-host Robert Coburn. Every week we dig deep into the week's stock market news, from earnings to macroeconomic data to Elon Musk tweets. We explain how we're trading the news and what market-moving news might be headed your way in the coming week. We spend a lot of time putting it together and (so far, at least) make no money doing it. It's a labor of love, and I really hope it's useful to you and helps you become a better trader!